Stacking the Shelves #17

Stacking the Shelves is a weekly meme hosted by Tynga’s Reviews, which is all about sharing the books you are adding to your shelves, may it be physical or virtual. You can read more about the creation of Stacking the Shelves by visiting the official launch page here.

Busy week for me this week in terms of my book additions! Several are library books, and then there were some great Kindle deals on Amazon, as well as a really interesting-sounding title for review.

Here’s what I added to my shelves this week:




Library Picks:


Received for Review:

I’ve already finished the four books by George O’Connor (link to review is below), and my goal is to finish the two books I’m currently reading this weekend, and get to Carnival of Souls next week, as that’s one I am really looking forward to. And just as an FYI, Eve, Under the Never Sky, and a couple of other titles by this same publisher are on sale only through September 17th, so if you’re interested in the Kindle deal, take advantage ASAP!

So what did you get this week? Please link me!

My Weekly Recap

09/08/12: A Quote I Love
09/12/12: Waiting on Wednesday #14 – Dark Triumph by R.L. LaFevers
09/13/12: Review of Books 1-5 of the Olympians series by George O’Connor
09/15/12: Cover Reveal for The Perfect Clone by M.L. Stephens

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18 Responses to Stacking the Shelves #17

  1. Addie R. says:

    Great haul this week! I have Carnival of Souls on hold at my library so hopefully I’ll be able to get it soon. And Easy & Torn look like great reads! Hope you enjoy them. x]
    Under the Never Sky took some time to get into for me, but once I did, I devoured the rest in a couple of hours!
    Happy reading ^__^

    • Merin says:

      I was the first one to get my library copy of Carnival of Souls; love that! I have heard some mixed things about Under the Never Sky, but for that price decided I couldn’t pass it up. :)

      Thanks for stopping by!

  2. Luna says:

    Carnival of Souls looks good!

  3. jonababez says:

    I LOVE LOVE LOVE Easy!! OMG, I can’t express how much I love it, but it’s the book that really stayed in my sytem after reading it. And I love Lucas, he’s one of my top book boyfriends, LOL!

    I’ve also Under the never sky, it’s good, and I like it! Happy reading!

  4. Elle says:

    Omg! You got Easy! :D I love that book! I hope you do too! :) And I was just now watching the trailer for The Lure of Shapinshay! How funny! I’m excited about it.
    Thanks for stopping by! :)

  5. Ashley says:

    Awesome new books! I absolutely ADORED Easy!! It’s sooo good!! I read Carnival of Souls earlier this week and unfortunately I wasn’t crazy about it. :( I hope you enjoy it more though!

    Have a great week. :)

    My Stacking the Shelves

    • Merin says:

      I have heard nothing but good things about Easy, so am really excited to read it. Carnival of Souls sounds interesting, so we’ll see how it goes!

      Thanks for stopping by! :)

  6. Annabelle H says:

    Easy and Carnival of souls looks so good!

    Check out my Haul! Letterbox Love!

  7. Eve was pretty good! And I really want to read Under the never sky & Carnival of souls :) Happy reading!

    My haul.

  8. Chey says:

    Under the Never Sky was my favorite read of this year so far! :D I hope you enjoy all of the books you got!

  9. chelleyreads says:

    i was thinking of getting under the never sky too but i stopped myself because i kinda put myself on a book buying ban. very awesome books this week!! hope you enjoy them all and happy reading :)

    Our StS.


    • Merin says:

      I am on a NetGalley and physical book ban, but I sort of don’t put e-books in that same category. They can just sit on my Kindle until I find time to get to them, and don’t take up any physical shelf space. :)

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